Where does the ride start and finish?
Start Line: Boston College, 140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Finish Line: Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, 116-118 Arch Street, Greenwich, CT 06830
What is the Greenwich Sgt. Roger Petrone 9-Mile Ride?
The Greenwich Sgt. Roger Petrone 9-Mile Ride starts at the Greenwich Audubon Society (613 Riversville Road, Greenwich, CT
06830) and finishes at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park on Sunday, June 24 (The Tri-State Trek's final day). We offer it to participants who
want to support ALS TDI but don't have the time or inclination to ride 100-270 miles. The route, featuring some challenging climbs
and fast down hills, is best suited for intermediate level riders at minimum. The ride is fully supported with route support, ride
marshals, and bike mechanics. The Audubon Society sits adjacent to Sunday's rest stop four, located at the top of John St., providing
hydration and snacks to Day Three Tri-State Trek riders arriving from New Haven. ALL Tri-State Trek riders - Sgt. Petrone Ride & Day
Three - will ride together from John St. to the finish line at 2:00 p.m. Sgt. Petrone Riders should arrive by 1:00 p.m. and can park
their cars at the Audubon Society. Transportation is not provided back to the Audubon Society. Find information about the
Greenwich Sgt. Roger Petrone 9-Mile Ride route here.
Where is long-term parking?
You can find long term parking at our finish line and start line.
Finish Line Parking: Horseneck Parking Lot on Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
Start Line Parking: Boston College, Beacon Street Garage, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Do I have to stay in a dorm on Thursday night before the ride?
No. We start from Boston College and can offer dorm lodging for $60/person based on double occupancy. For
other hotel options around Boston College visit the following link:
IMPORTANT: Transportation from an outside hotel to the Boston College starting line WILL NOT BE PROVIDED
Is dinner provided on Thursday night?
Trek Participants who are available to join us at Boston College on Thursday, June 21 are
invited to a FREE welcome dinner. See old Trek friends, meet new ones and get fueled for the weekend's ride. Dinner will be at 6:00 p.m., a
short walk from the dorms, on the Boston College campus. An open bar with beer and wine will be available.
Where can I ship my bike?
Please ship for arrival by June 1 to Urban Adventours at 103 Atlantic Ave Boston, MA 02110.
Please call ahead to inform them to expect your bike. 617.379.3590
You MUST buy a return shipping label and include it in the package to get your bike returned to you. Bikes will be assembled and
transported to the Boston College starting line.
103 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA 02110
ATTN: Tri-State Trek
Can I rent a bike for the ride?
Yes, you can rent from Urban Adventours by visiting
their website. Participants must make their own rental and delivery arrangements.
Is there transportation to the Start Line before the ride?
Yes, we have a shuttle from Greenwich, CT, to Newton, MA, on Thursday. The shuttle leaves at 12:00 p.m. from the Horseneck Lot on
Arch St. (Long Term Parking Lot). Please plan to arrive to the bus by 11:45 a.m. Your bike and gear will be transported on the bus.
Thursday night accommodations are available in Boston College dorms. You must select the lodging option during registration.
How do I get back home after the ride?
We provide transportation only on Friday evening and Sunday evening back to our Long Term Parking at Boston College, Chestnut Hill. You must select this
option when registering for the Trek. If you have not selected transportation, please log onto your account and make the appropriate
Is room and board included in registration?
Depending on how you register. See the list below to know if you qualify for room and board.
- Three-Day Rider – Covers Friday and Saturday nights
- Two-Day Rider – Covers Friday and Saturday nights
- One-Day Rider – No rooming is covered (You may opt to stay an overnight by choosing this option in registration. You will be charged accordingly.)
- Three-Day Crew – Covers Friday and Saturday nights
- Weekend Support – Covers Friday and Saturday nights
- Virtual Rider – No rooming is covered
- Day Volunteer – No rooming is covered
Where can I find a map of the route?
You can find the route map here.
Registration and Fundraising
Can I change my registration?
You may change your registration up to one month before the ride by logging into your TST account. Registration fees are nonrefundable
and non-transferable. (Please Note: If you are a rider and you change your status after May 22, 2018
you are still committed to raise your original fundraising minimum.)
What are the registration deposits and fundraising minimums?
- Three-Day Ride - $100/$2,000 (deposit amount / minimum fundraising amount)
- Two-Day Ride- $100/$1,000
- One-Day Ride- $50/$300
- Greenwich Sgt. Roger Petrone 9-Mile Ride - $0/$50
- Three-Day Crew - $0/$0
- Weekend Support - $0/$650
- Virtual Rider - $0/$0
- Day Volunteer - $0/$0
How do I send in cash or checks that I have received by fundraising?
When sending in donations you must fill out a Donation Form
. Donations received without a donation form will take longer to process,
and might not be processed correctly. Please use this form! If you have cash donations, please write out a personal check for the cash
amount and keep the actual cash. Please fill out a donation form and indicate on the form to whom the donation should be credited to/
from. Checks should be mailed to the ALS Therapy Development Institute at 300 Technology Square, Suite 400, Cambridge, MA 02139.